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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 February 1882

-if "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877. COL. COBURFS BRIGADE. HOW IT WAS CAPTURED BY VAN DORN. Heroic Fight at Thompson' Station The .Surrender. The Journey to Richmond, Va. Col. Coburn" Xarrathc of His Imprisonment. g Rv G. t K.VIFFIX. On the 8th of February, 1863. Major-General Gordon Granger's corps arrived at Nashville by boat from Louisville. Its effective strength was 11.4S8 officers and enlisted men. The three di visions were commanded by Brigadier-Generals A. Baird, C. C. Gilbert, and George Crook. Baird and Crook encamped near Nashville and Gilbert was posted at Franklin, where the Fourth cavalry brigade, under command of Brigadier-General Green Clay Smith, reported to him for picket duty. Colonel John Coburn's brigade of Baird's division, temporarily assigned to Gilbert, was posted at Brentwood, midway between Nashville and Franklin. General Granger's headquarters were located at Nashville. Major-General Earl Yan Dor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 February 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. 2 SEVEN TIMES SIX. To bear, to nurse, to rear, To watch and then'to lose ; , To see my bright ones disappear Drawn up like morning dews. To bear, to nurse, to rear, To watch and then to lose ; This have I done when Godldrew near Among his ownlto choose. To hear, to heed, to wed, And with thy lord depart In tears that he, as soon as shed, "Will let no longer smart. To hear, to heed, to wed, This while thou didst 1 smiled, For now it was not God who said.: " Mother, give me they child." O fod, O fool, and blind, To God I gave with tears ; But when a man like grace would Jind, My soul put by her Fears O fond, O fool, and blind, God guards in happierjspheres ; That' man will guard where he did bind Is hope forjmknown years. To hear, to heed, to wed, Fair lot that maidens choose, Thy mother's tenderest words are aid Thy face n more she views; Thy mother's lot, my dear, She doth in naught accuse, Her lot to bear, to nurse, to rear...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 February 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. THE KING'S STATUE, Trembling they told the King the atnrtling news : "The men of Koniggrntz your rule deny; To your command obedience refuse. Your messengers they threaten and defy.' Bohemia's haughty monarch choked with ire, Cried he: " I'll teach these knaves to disobey ! Summon my army ! Scourge the town with fire ! Seize on their leaders ! Death to them ! Away ! " As he commanded, so 'twas done. That town, To the last dregs, the cup of sorrow quaffed. Those who had dared rebel were trampled down. And, in his triumph, the fierce monarch laughed. Then, that the conquered never should forget Their King; that he might flaunt before their eyes A vain reminder of his power, he set A leaden statue of himself, in size Gigantic, in the centre of the town, And day by dav the people saw it there Towering above them, with a sullen frown, And a drawn sword that seemed to say, " Beware ! " And so the years rolled on. The monarch's yok...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 February 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. The National Tribune PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS IDOW AND ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. ONE COPY, ONE YEAR FIVE COPIES " Terms to Subscribers, Payable in Advance: (postage .frepaid) $1.50 - 6.25 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS - - - - . - 50 ONE COPY SIX MONTHS ----- 75 TEN COPIES, (with extra copy to getter-up sf club,) 12.5C A SPECIMEN NUMBER of our faper sent free on request. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING furnished upon application. TO SUBSCRIBERS. When changing your ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. 2TAKE NOTICE. In sending money for sub scriptions BY MAIL, NEVER INCLOSE THE CURRENCY EXCEPT IN A REGISTERED LETTER. A POSTAL MONEY ORDER OR A DRAFT ON NEW YORK IS THE BEST FORM OF REMITTANCE. LOSSES BY MAIL WILL BE MOST SURELY AVOIDED IF THESE DIRECTIONS ARE FOL LOWED. s-no responsibility is assumed for subscrip tions paid to agents, which must be at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 February 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. who practice it should be treated as other viola tors of the law. The crime is not any more tol erable because it is practiced under the guise of religion, and in a remote region of the country, and it is absurd to send a resident of New York to the penitentiary for an offense which in Utah is allowed to go unpunished. A good deal has been said in the newspapers about the secret preparations which the Mor mons are alleged to be making to defend their so-called rights by force of arms. We do not credit these reports. Certainly any overt act on their part, in the present state ol popular feeling, would be simply an invitation to destruc tion. Our little army of Regulars could be reinforced at short notice by thousands of volun teers who wore the blue in the late war and have not yet forgotten how to win battles! The struggle would be short and decisive ; but it is not to be desired. This fair land of ours have seen enough bloo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 February 1882

6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, FEBRUABY 25, 1882. THE BOYS. There comes the boys ! Oh, dear, the noise ! The whole house feels the racket; Behold the knee of Christie's pants, , And weep o'er Bertie's jacket. But never mind; if eyes k?ep bright. And limbs grow straight and limber; We'd rather lose the tree's whole bark Than find unsound the timber. Now hear the tops and -marbles roll ; The floors oh, woe betide them ! And I must watch the banisters, For I know the boys who ride them. Look well as you defend the stairs, I often find them haunted By ghostly boys that make no noise Just when their noise is wanted. The very chairs are tied in pairs, And made to prance and caper ; What swords are whittled out of sticks; What brave hats made of paper. The dinner bell peals loud and well To tell the milkman's coming; And then the rush of "steam-car trains" Sets all our ears a humming. How oft I say: " What shall I do To keep these children quiet ? ' If I could find a good receip...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 February 1882

THE NATIONAL TBIBUNE: WASHINGTON. D. C, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. 7 OVER THE WAY. No fresh young beauty, laughing eyed, "Who reckons lovers by the score, But just a sweet old maid who died While I was yet in pinafore. She lived upon the shady side Of that old-fashioned country street, A spreading chestnut greenly tried To screen the door of her retreat. A tiny garden, trim, and square, A snowy flight of steps above, And sweet suggestions in the air Of all the flowers the poets love. Within the trellfced porch there hung A parrot in a burnished cage A foolish bird, whose mocking tongue Burlesqued the piping tones of age. A branching apple tree o'erspread A rickety old garden seat ; No apples sure were e'er so red ! Or since have tasted half so sweet! In memory's enchanted land I see the gentle spinster yet, With watering-pot in mittened hand, Gaze proudly at her mignonette. And when the Spring had grown to June, She'd sit beneath the apple tree, And dream away the afternoon, With some quain...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 25 February 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, FEBEUAEY 25, 1882, For The National. Tiubuxe. AT ARLINGTON. MY W. M. H. It was the season of the year When just the faintest tint Of green begins to fleck the ward - Where Spring has left her print, And violets, as deep in hue As bine skies overhead, Peep out among the swelling mounds Of our beloved dead. I mused an hour at Arlington; 1 looked across the stream ; 1 saw the stately Capitol, And like a horrid dream The hateful past came back to me; I felt a sudden dread Lest some new shock should rudely break The bivouac of the dead. Brave hearts, ye little thought, I ween. The day would ever come "With trumpets sounding for the charge And fiercely throbbing drum "When to your comrades, spared by death The brave by Glory led Your country would ungrateful prove And ye be happier dead ! It was the season of the year When jut the faintest tint Of green begins to fleck the sward Where Spring has left her print, And violets are deep in hue As blue sk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 March 1882

"TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE; AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MABCH 4-, 1882 NEW SEKIES.-VOI-1., N- 29, STREIGHT'S GEORGIA RAID. CAPTURE, IMPRISONMENT, AND ESCAPE. Tfco Expedition from Xashrillo to Koine rursuit tr Forrest's CsTnlrj The Surrender. Vj G. C. KfflFFIX. The preponderance of confederate cavalry in froat and upon both flanks of the Union Army, in the Spring of 1863, induced General Rosecrans fo devise various schemes to draw it away. He had great confidence in his infantry, and, not withstanding the capture of Colonel Cohnrn and his brigade in March, he, early in April, deter mined to send another brigade into the enemy's rear and attack their lines of communication southward from Chattanooga. It was determined that the brigade should proceed to Eastport, Mississippi, in the district then under command of General Dodge, and, after being mounted and enpplied for a long and perilous expedition, strike boldly eastwar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 4, 1882. 2 AT LAST. When on ray day of life the night is falling, And, in the winds from unsunned spaces blown, I hear far voices out of darkness calling My feet to patlis unknown. Thou who hast made my home of life so pleasant, Leave not its tenant when its walls decay ; 0 Love" divine, O Helper ever present, Be Thou my strength and stay ! Be near me when all else is from me drifting, Earth, sky, home's pictures, days of shade and shine, And kindly faces to my own uplifting The love which answers mine. 1 have but Thee, 0 Father! Let thy spirit Be with mc then to comfort and uphold ; No gate of pearl, no branch of palm, I merit, Nor street of shining gold. Suffice it if my good and ill unreckoned, And both forgiven through thy abounding grace I find myself by hands familiar beckoned, Unto my fitting place ; Some humble door among thy many mansions, Some sheltering shade where sin and striving cease, And flows forever through heaven's gre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TKLBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 4, 1882. THE PRICELESS THINGS. BY JOHX BOYLE O'REILLY. Those are vulgar things we pay for, be they stones for crowns of kings ; While the precious and the peerless are unpriced sym bolic things. Common debts are scored and canceled, weighed and measured out for gold; But the debts from men to ages, their nccount is never told. Always see, the noblest nations keep their highest prize unknown; Chaeronea's marble lion frowned above unlettered stone. Marathon and Balaklava who shall mete the worth of these? Shall we huckster with our lifeboats that defy the leap ing seas? Ah, the Greeks knew ! Came their victors honored from the sacred games, Under arches red with roses, flushed to hear their shout ed names. See their native cities take them, breach the wall to make a gate! What supreme reward is theirs who bring such honors to their State ? In the forum stand they proudly, take their prizes from the priest ; Little wreaths of pine and parsl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 4, 1882. The National Tribune PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. "TO CARE FOR HtM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDfiW AHD ORPHANS. ' ABRAHAM LlNCOLH. Terms to Subscribers, Payable in Advance: (postage prepaid) ONE COPY, ONE YEAR FIVE COPIES $1.50 -" - 6.25 ONE COPY THREE MONTHS ----- 50 ONE COPY SIX MONTHS ----- 75 TEN COPIES, (with extra copy to getter-up sf club,) 12.50 A SPECIMEN NUMBER of our paper sent free on request. TEAMS FOR ADVERTISING furnished upon application. a-TO SUBSCRIBERS. When changing your ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE FORMER AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. 3TAKE NOTICE. In sending money for sub scriptions BY MAIL, NEVER INCLOSE THE CURRENCY EXCEPT IN A REGISTERED LETTER. A POSTAL MONEY ORDER OR A DRAFT ON NEW YORK IS THE BEST FORM OF REMITTANCE. LOSSES BY MAIL WILL BE MOST SURELY AVOIDED IF THESE DIRECTIONS ARE FOL LOWED. S-NO RESPONSIBILITY IS ASSUMED FOR SUBSCRIP TIONS PAID TO AGENTS, WHICH MUST BE AT THE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 4, 1882. 5 WHIT CONGRESS IS DOING. Congress has not accomplished much in the way of completed legislation during the past week. In the Senate, on Thursday, the 23d ult., among the petitions introduced was one from various officers of the Grand Army of the Republic, praying Congress to pass a bill for the purpose of remunerat ing female nurses during the late war. which was referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. The only bills of importance passed, were those provid ing for the sale of tho military barracks at Savan nah, Georgia, and the lauds upon which they are lecated; and placing General Grant upon the retired list of the Army. When the latter bill came up on its passage, Senator Bayard moved, as a sub stitute, to pension all ex-Presidents for life, at tho rate of one-quarter the President's salary, but only five votes were recorded in its favor. Many who approved the principle expressed in the substitute objecting to it as an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MABCH 4, 1882. MY SHIPS. BY ELLA WIIEEIiKtt. If nil the ships I have at sea Should come a-sailing home to me Weighed down with gems and wealth untold,- Ah well ! the harbor could not hold So many sails as there would be If all my ships came in from sea. If half my ships came home from sea And brought their precious freight to me, Ah well ! I should have wealth as great As any king who sits in state. So rich the treasures that would be In half my ships now out at sea. If just one ship I have at sea Should come a-sailing home to me, Ah well ! the storm clouds then might frown; For if the others all went down, Still rich and proud and glad I'd be If that one ship came back to me. If that one ship went down at sea And all the others came to me Weighed down with gems and wealth untold, With glory, honors, riches, gold, The poorest soul on earth I'd be If that one ship came not to me. 0 skies be calm ! O winds blow free ! Blow all my ships safe home...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON. D. C, MARCH 4, 1882. THE TWO GLASSES. There sat two glasses, filled to the brim, On a rich man's table, rim to rim ; One -was ruddy and red as blood, And one as clear as the crystal flood. Said the glass of wine to the paler brother, "Let us tell the tales of the past to each other. I can tell of banquet and revel and mirth, And the proudest and grandest souls on earth Fell under my touch, as though struck by blight, Where I was a King, for I ruled in might. From the heads of kings 1 have torn the crown, From the heights of fame I have hurled men down ; I have blasted many an honored name; I have taken virtue and given shame ; I have tempted the youth with a si), a taste, That has made his future a barren waste. For greater than King am I, Or than any army beneath the sky ; I have made the arm of the driver fail, And sent the train from the iron rail ; I have made good ships go down at sea, And the shrieks of the lost were sweet to me, F6r they said...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 4 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TBIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MAECH 4, 1882. For The National Tkibunk. THE COLOR-BEARER. by r. n. ii. " He cannot live until tho morn," The surgeon softly said ; " Before the coming of the dawn Your cowirnde will bo dead." They watched all night beside his col, The brave men gathered there ; A tear was in each loving eye And on each lip a prayer. No word they spake, yet well I know Their thoughts were far away ; They seemed to hear the bugles blow The music of the fray. They seemed to see that long line form, That wild charge up the hill, And then the thunder of the guns ! They felt their pulses thrill ; For there, right in the face of death, Still pressing to the fore, The youngest of tho regiment Its precious colors bore ! And on and up, until at last They crowned the crest, where he Almost alone of all was left To sound the victory ! " He cannot live until the morn ; " Yet once he raised his head, lie waved his arm ; he tried to cheer : The morning found him dead ! FAIR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 March 1882

6 (I "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE. AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877. "WASHINGTOIJr, D. C SATUBDAY, MARCH 11, 1882. WEW SEBIES VOL-1., ifo. SO. TULLAHOMA CAMPAIGN. how the confederates surren dered middle tennessee Without a fight. lTildcr, TTiUt IHs "tfounted Infantry, Trotted Tlirouch Hooter's Gnp Jlajor-General TJiuiiiiih Cam up With His Stcut Inftintr, and Sheridan pushed the Confederates Acrow tlio Tcuncsnce. By Esjor-Gencral TV. S. HOSECIUISS. Tor convenience of reference a small map of tlii1 ficlil of operations has been prepared epus-ly to accompany this article. '2lftrr-' v' Ti s:iti -ftw- r C?7-MMtefe. 3v w v k JVaiia ?? H T7t rapr7i HE. . QSnlffOU. 53 .- U?-2 4 T-X.X o?w...:w. ar.;....ef .SfcEn&KBiWVii fl0 JltrlL ilsn.ist rtttWlpt The forces under my command in June, 1FG3, consisted of three infantrycorps and one cavalry corps. After the battle of Stone River the Fourteenth Corps was divided into tho Fourteenth, Twentieth, and Twenty-first ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 March 1882

o THE NATION AJL TB1BJJWE: WASHINGTON, D. C., MAECH 11, 18S2. CAPRICE AT HOME. M IIS. S. M. B. riATT. 2o, I rill not say jood-byc Not goo14jye, nor anything;. He is gone. I wonder why lilacs arc not sweet this rorinp;. ITou that tiresome bird win ting! I might follow him and wiy Just that he forgot to kiss Baby, when he weut away. KverytliiiiK I want I inj.-s. Oil, h precious world this! tfbst if night enmc a'-.t not lie? 8o:nrthii! ni'trht mislead his feet. !. the moon rise late? All mo! Tlwre arc tiling ilml he might meet. Iow the rain begins to beat : So It will be dark. The Ml? Home one some one loves is dead. ViVrc it he ! 1 cannot tell Half the fretful wordi 1 taid, Half the frutful tears I shed. JJentI ? Anil but to think of death 1 Men might bring him through the gate; IJl that have not any breath. Iycs that tlaro And 1 mubt wait! Is it time or is it late? I was wrong, and wrong, and wrong; will tull him, oh, be hiirol If the heavens arc builc'cd strong, Love shall therein b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TBJBTJNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, MAUCH 11, 1882. 3 I CHARGE OF THE HEAVY BRIGADE AT UALAKLAVA. AXKEED TCKKTIOW; The Cha-ge of the Gallant Threes Hundred, The Ilo.ivy Jjrigad, Down ihc bill, down llio hill, thousands of BlU-B-inS, riiiiu ands of horsemen drew to the valley AiKlMuynl. For Scarlett and Scarlett's threo hundred were r ariz by, i Win n 11 c points of the Uusslln laiiccs brofco In on tl.t'sky; knd be called: "Lea wheel into Una," and thoy whoiled nnd obeyed. Then he looked at tho host that had halted, ho know not why. Lisd bt turned half round and he bade his trum- pclr sound To t!.e hars;e," and he rode on ahead, as ho ;ird li blade. To the jralliuit three hundred, whose clory 'will never the, - Fo'Iow and up the hill! " Dp lb. hill, up the hill, followed the Heavy Bri- Eadc II. t riie tru'upet, the gallop, the charge and the might of the fijht. Down the hill hlowly thonsandi of Russians Drew to the valley and halted at last on the height tVit.i a u ing pushed ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 11 March 1882

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON". 7. 0., MARGIE 11, 1882. 4 f he Hational Tribune (Estabushed 1877.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. to care fon hm who has boflnc the cattle, and fob mzow ao orphans." Abraham Lincoln. rt&S t Subsci-5bcr.5, I'ay:t1lc in Advance: (postage prepaid) -ie cow, one year jve copies " $1.50 - 6.25 S&E COPY THREE MONTHS - 50 OHS. COPY SIX MONTHS - 75 TEW COPIES, (with EXTRA COPV TO cetter-up of cum,) - - - - '- - - 12.50 A SPECIMEN NUMBER of oun paper 6ent free on HE CHEST. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING runNifHFO upon application. JJS'-TO SUBSCRIBERS When changing YOUR ADDRESS PLEASE GIVE TORMCR AS WELL AS PRESENT ADDRESS, WITH COUNTY AND STATE. 'TS-TAKE NOTICE. In sending money for subscriptions by mail, never inclose the currency except in a registered letter, a postal money order or a draft on new York is the best form of remittance. Losses by mail will be most surely avoided jf these directions are followed. j5-NO RESPONSIBILITY IS ASSUMED FOR SUB SCRIPTIONS P...

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